Becoming an advisor is an extra responsibility which requires dedication. A class advisor makes a commitment for four years. There are two advisors for each class: 9-12. The administration or student activities director will approach potential advisors in the previous year for the next school year. Every advisor must be willing to give extra time and effort to work with their class, the class officers, and especially leadership.
Communication between Advisors, the Activities Director, Ms. Lavaud, Ms. Facha in the business office, and Ms. Kiester is CRUCIAL for student success.
Good communication leads to: